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 How to Change a Sound Device for Flash Linux?

Answer Flash Linux is a version of the Linux operating system designed to run entirely on a 256 MB flash drive. It's freely available for anyone to download. Since the operating system is expecting to int... Read More »
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Recently reinstalled Windows XP, now 'NO SOUND DEVICE' but in Device Manager: Everything working properly!?

Hey babe, try installing the software discs that came with the lappy. Or ....you could always go into control panel . . . open the system folder . . . find the sound devices and remove anything wit... Read More »
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You insert a flash drive and discover that you cannot make use of all the memory on the USB flash device when?

how old is the flash drive? flash memory can only be written and re-written over so many times before it cannot be used anymore. For this reason flash drives are split up into multiple sectors, eac... Read More »
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How to Compile a Linux Device Driver?

The Linux kernel loads device drivers and is the core of the operating system in all Linux versions. Device drivers are loaded automatically for supported hardware in most APT- and RPM-based distri... Read More »
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What is a Linux device driver?

A device driver is a program that allows the computer's operating system to talk to a specific piece of hardware, including a video card or keyboard. Drivers prevent the need to change or update yo... Read More »
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